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How Long Does Vaginal Bleeding Associated With Uterine Cancer Last
Can having a tumor on you optic nerve cause you to lose hearing? And Can having a uterine cancer cause overly large amounts of vaginal bleeding?
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Heavy and long bleeding for 1 year. No pain or mid-cycle bleeding. Reg cycles. Had us today, 5 days into cycle. Endo lining about 8-9cm. Is that abnormal? Could it be uterine cancer?
Probably not, but...: Bleeding patterns can change over a woman's life time. Significant changes may mean there is a cause that can be treated like poly, fibroids, or changes in the growth of the uterine lining. Us exams and enodmetrial tissue biopsies can help determine what is the cause and how to treat it. You should see your provider to discuss further. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is heavy or abnormal bleeding a sign of uterine cancer? I am 40 years old and have abnormal bleeding. What are my chances that it's uterine cancer?
It : It would be extremely rare to have uterine cancer. Other possibilities such as hormonal imbalance is a far more common possibility. Fibroids are benign (not cancerous) growths in the uterus that cause bleeding. Checking in with your gynecologist or family practitioner for a complete evaluation is the best decision. ...Read more
Mom expird due to stg4 uterine cancer.how i would hav saved my mom by identifying early?just had abdmn pain.no abnorm bleeding.any test shows stg1canc
No you would not: uterine cancer could be very silent, and spread silently. so by the time it is discovered it is too late. there is nothing you could done that will prevent your mother from going to heaven nothing. if i were you, i will concentrate on you, and any female relatived you have, like sisters and daughters. get your yearly examination by GYN and your pap smear ,,same for any female in your family. ...Read more
Almost: Uterine cancer is usually associated with some bleeding, but there are always exceptions. I trust that you are getting PAP smears done as that can serve as a screening test for uterine cancer as well. If you have not had a PAP smear in more than 3 years, it would be prudent to get one and discuss your issues with your doctor. ...Read more
Non-menstural: Any bleeding that is different from your normal menstural bleeding. It may be spotting between periods, bloody discharge, altered blood between periods. ...Read more
Would uterine cancer typically present with light spotting after sex but no spotting or bleeding otherwise?
It could : but there really is no 'typical' that is reliable. There are many alternate possibilities; if you are at risk or are worried you need to see an Gyn for an interview and an exam. ...Read more
Does abnormal bleeding due to uterine cancer follow a characteristic pattern (increasing vs. Tapering, true bleeding vs. Occasional spotting, etc.?)
What's the difference between normal vaginal discharge and discharge associated with uterine cancer?
Indistinguishable: Some time they are the same so if the discharge is unusual and won't go away it best see your gyne. ...Read more
Irregular bleeding: Uterine cancer may be asymptotic. Symptoms include, vaginal bleeding after menopause, prolonged periods or bleeding between periods, an abnormal, watery or blood-tinged discharge from your vagina, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, enlarged lymph lymphnodes. In the case of vaginal cancer a mass or ulcer in the vagina. Anemia, weakness. In late stages, weight loss and cachexia. ...Read more
Could glugophage or any of my meds cause vaginal bleeding in my age? Cancer test and biopsy were negative
See your doc: Any time someone has bleeding after menopause, cancer must be ruled-out. Usually post-menopausal bleeding is from atrophy (or thinning of tissue -- vagina, for example) and this can be treated with vaginal estrogen. However, i implore you to discuss with your gynecologist. There may be other causes. You definitely need an endometrial biopsy. ...Read more
I've vaginal bleeding since 2010.Swab negative.No atrophy.Is it possible to have vaginal cancer or it has passed too much time from the first bleeding?
Have an examination: You need to have a gynecologist examine you. Vaginal bleeding can be from one of many causes. If it is due to vaginal problem it would be very easy to check and find out on a pelvic examination which gynecologists can do in 5 minutes and give you some further guidance. ...Read more
I have HPV and have had abnormal vaginal bleeding over two weeks and sex hurts now...Could this mean cervical cancer?
No, visit to gyn doc: Yes hpv will cause cervical cancer in some, not at your age, but not over night, years of neglect will result in cancer. Cancer of cervix could be detected in earliest possible stage, in situ stage with complete cure, one simple thing you have do, is to see your gyn doctor regularly and pap if indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If pap test is negative, but there is a continuos vaginal bleeding, it's possible to say that there isn't any vaginal cancer?(ps: i did hysterectomy)
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